Tag: gaza

Two Jews, Three Opinions in the Age of Online Rage

Historically, Jews have dealt with so much violence, discrimination, and hate enacted by outside forces: we cannot afford to inflict pain against each other. And perhaps–that’s why we inflict pain against each other?

Let’s Build a Room for Hope

A sermon excerpt from Rabbi Miriam Grossman: Today I need to keep my humanity. And today I need to keep going even without hope. Because hope will come one day.

Last Saturday Morning.

Elana Sztokman: When horror and sadness at the attacks is accompanied by anger at the government.

We’ve Lost so Much. Let’s Not Lose Our Damn Minds.

A sermon excerpt from Rabbi Sharon Brous: After the atrocities in Israel on Simhat Torah, we must remember the healing power of community, and the importance of compassion, solidarity and showing up.

The Horror of These Times: A Reading List

With pain in our hearts for losses past and, we fear, losses yet to come, Lilith will in coming weeks and months continue to publish the stories of Jewish feminists about terror, loss, displacement, and connection.

In Wartime, a Surreal Modesty Contest

As conflict rages in Israel and Gaza, a group of women in Crown Heights has decided that covering up young girls’ bodies is the only solution.